“Our family is grateful for your kindness.”

A letter of thanks 

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“Our family is grateful for your kindness.”

In March last year, Rachel and David’s son, Cole, was diagnosed with acute leukemia – days before the country went into lockdown. Rachel has since sent in a thank you letter for the support her family received.

“Dear Freemasons, I am writing to you to sincerely thank you for your support over the last year. You made a very difficult situation a lot easier.”Read Rachel’s thank you letter

Record-breaking exams

Students receiving their A-level and GCSE results have been rewarded for their hard work through lockdown, with record-breaking grades!

This year, 44.8 per cent of A Level students achieved A* or A grades, whilst those attaining a pass (grade C or above) rose to 771 per cent.

Congratulations to all those who have received their A/AS level, BTec and GCSE results – whatever they may be.

Did you know? We can support the children and grandchildren of Freemasons with their education Find out if your family is eligible

Shelf care 

We’ve been gathering together book recommendations from charities supported by Freemasonry! Reflecting their work in some way, charities submitted their top reads especially to share with you.What’s on the list?

What did you think of Better Lives?

Over 75,000 copies of Better Lives magazine have now been delivered through letter boxes across England and Wales!

Have you read yours yet? Let us know what you think of this issue by tweeting us, messaging us on Facebook or Instagram, or sending us an email.


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Freemasonry in the news

New life-saving equipment has been added to The Lizard, Britain’s most southerly village, after a tragic incident prompted the community to rally.

An additional public access defibrillator has now been bought for The Lizard, which has been located at The Lizard RNLI Lifeboat Station, with donations made from Penhellis Lodge, the Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall, and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.Read more


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